While you're reading through this page or any page on this site, I hope you're left with the undeniable truth that anyone marrying the love of their life, whether in their backyard or on a cliff in a national park, deserves their love captured. Their love story (and your love story) matters.
First and foremost, I photograph love. Secondly, I photograph the moments that love is in action. When you hire someone to photograph the day you say your vows, I don't expect you to hire someone to take your portrait. I expect you to hire someone that will capture you and your grandfather spinning around the dance floor, or the tears streaming down your best friend’s face as you make your way down the aisle. I want to take your portrait, sweet friend, but much more than that I want to capture what it is that makes a day your wedding day. It is undoubtedly the greatest part about my job.
In case we haven't met yet, I hope you know I already wish this conversation was taking place over our favorite appetizers. (Maybe some chips and queso, for instance). I've found in these years of photographing people, I find the most joy in my job when I know the person in front of my camera. I've also found that my clients, (that turn into friends), are almost always more relaxed and like themselves in their photos when they feel like they know me, too. So- here's to the start of a beautiful new friendship. Whether I get to take your photo or not, the fact that you've decided to visit our site and consider me for the job is a wild honor. We're friends now, so if there's ANY way I can help, don't hesitate to let me know.